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  • cement_head
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    Originally posted by Bukowski View Post
    QIAGEN bought Biotage (what was Pyrosequencing AB and the original outlicencing entity for the IP) in 2008. The PyroMark assays have been available from QIAGEN for about that length of time from marketing materials. I'm not sure pyrosequencing ever really went away.
    Thanks - so for these specific applications, it's still here.

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  • Bukowski
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    QIAGEN bought Biotage (what was Pyrosequencing AB and the original outlicencing entity for the IP) in 2008. The PyroMark assays have been available from QIAGEN for about that length of time from marketing materials. I'm not sure pyrosequencing ever really went away.

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  • GenoMax
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    Looks like they did. No obvious announcements/comments from pundits anywhere either (google does not seem to bring anything up other than Qiagen's own site). Must be an application specific release.

    The PyroMark Q24 is highly suited for the analysis of CpG methylation, SNPs, insertion/deletions, STRs, variable gene copy number, as well as for microbial identification and resistance typing.
    Last edited by GenoMax; 12-18-2018, 08:54 AM.

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  • cement_head
    started a topic Qiagen "PyroSequencing"

    Qiagen "PyroSequencing"

    Really dumb question, but did Qiagen revive pyrosequencing when I wasn't looking?

    https://www.qiagen.com/us/resources/...akamai-feo=off
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